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Prometheus Unbound
     

Prometheus Unbound

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by Percy Bysshe Shelley, The Perfect Library (Editor)
 

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One of the most ambitious dramatic poems ever written, Percy Bysshe Shelley's Prometheus Unbound tells the story of the Titan Prometheus who gave mankind the secret of fire in open defiance to the decrees of Zeus, and who, as punishment for this generosity, was chained to the Caucasus Mountains and exposed to horrible tortures. Inspired by the Prometheus Bound of

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Prometheus Unbound 3.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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Name: shreek Looks: dark blue spikey hair red tip. Orange eyes. And long claws has brown horns that point straigh out then straight up. Long brown tail. Species: Son of a long tail banchee: deamon shreeker. Weapon: his shreeks can make you loose your hearing and a long katana with poisinis spikes at the ends
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Only one...* he took a tree and destroyed it.....as it died...he became stronger
CoryW More than 1 year ago
Stupid me, when I bought this book (actually I bought a different edition, but I can't find it - I bought it used) my uncle sneakily told me it was written by the author of "The Atheist's Church," a novel I loved. Instead, I found out it's written by the husband or brother (I'm not sure which) of Mary Shelley, who wrote "Frankenstein" I guess. I preferred the other two books to this one. Lesson learned: pay more attention to book covers (and figure out when my uncle's tricking me).